A few more digital sketches from /r/redditgetsdrawn. I’m trying different things, and concentrating on catching likeness and spirit of these images.
In 2014, I attempted a Doctor Strange fan art, from a prompt on Sketchdailies. When I finished the drawing, I immediately hated it. I tried to hide mistakes behind horrible shading and visual fx, but it was just a big mess. Unfortunately, I posted it anyway. :p Read more
Here’s a short compilation of the digital art resources I use to create my artwork. Most of these resources are inexpensive or free, for artists that may not have the means to purchase everything the art business throws at them. Remember, you can draw with a standard office HB pencil on the back of an envelope, it’s still art. Read more
So a little bit ago, I upgraded from my teeny Bamboo tablet to a Wacom Bamboo Connect pen and tablet, a trade for a drawing. The gent that traded me the tablet wanted fan-art for “Leon the Professional”. A challenge, to be sure!
I mainly use reddit to keep up with whatever interests me at any given point. I know it has a bit of a bad rap, but I think it depends on which subreddits you visit. There are so many, it’s not difficult to find a sub for a topic you enjoy. I’ve been aware of /r/redditgetsdrawn for a bit, but only lately have I had any confidence to post there. Read more
‘Anne of Green Gables’ by L.M. Montgomery was one of my favourite books growing up. She is unquestionably a Canadian icon, which is why I wanted to draw her to celebrate Canada’s 150th.